Welcome to the new look website! Pretty isn’t it? Big changes, yet still so much the same!
After much soul searching I have decided to use my tag line as my company name. It just feels better to me right now. It’s my whole business ethos in 3 words and truly what I am seeking to create Love as Art. So from now on, everything will be on the loveasart.com domain
For today’s blog post I want to touch on a popular topic, contracts. Contracts are often a 1 size fits all type of thing. I am working on a new version for smaller weddings and honeymoon sessions etc. since as of right now I would have to say the majority of my work are small intimate weddings and pre-wedding or honeymoon photography sessions. (I still do love big weddings though) So after the basics of the where, the when, the what’s included aspects. We have some of the more complicated aspects.
I have put together a bit of a FAQ of answers to some of the most popular questions I am asked.
What equipment do you use:
All of my gear is professional grade equipment. I also have full back up which is also professional grade! Be careful not all photographers have back up gear! The secret behind good photography isn’t just the equipment but it sure does help. I only use high end portrait lenses to ensure you look as amazing as possible. I do use a mix of high quality digital and film cameras.
I just had to blog this amazing pre-wedding shoot in Monaco or Honeymoon photography session in Monaco, photographs in 2 parts, as there is just too much loveliness for just one post! Part 1 can be found here
If you haven’t been to Monaco before, you must add this tiny but amazing country to your bucket list! Besides being on the gorgeous French Riviera (Cote d’Azur if you rather call it by the French name) and overlooking the magical Mediterranean sea it just is such a small, walk able and amazing place. Monaco has this reputation for glitz and glam, which isn’t unwarranted but you will also find a romantic side to the tiny little country surrounded by France. The gardens are magical too, as you will soon see in part 2.
I am sometimes asked what is Fine Art Wedding photography is and how it is different from other types of wedding photography.
The more textbook answer to the question is: Fine art photography is photography is created in with the vision of the artist (photographer). Fine art photography is different to photojournalism, which is only a documentary account of specific subjects and events. Photojournalism is a bit more like news coverage, as it happens, no more no less. Documentary is usually the same.